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This #panda was a piece created by #KenWalker for the #WorldTaxidermyChampionships. The panda was created out of two #BlackBear skins, meaning that none of the fur is original. #KenWalker bleached one of the Black Bear skins in order to create the appearance of a panda over the skeleton of #HsingHsi
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UN Climate Summit opens, aiming to shape global agreement: on.natgeo.com/XWgzzt
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Amazons' names such as Don't Fail and Hot Flanks hidden in ancient inscriptions: on.natgeo.com/XVrg5t
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Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey) of Nana Merlani, a member if the Lagusheda Folk Ensemble dancing in the town of #Mestia - for a story on #Svaneti (Georgian Republic) in the current issue of the magazine. Learning traditional dances and songs in the Svan language, the troupe is part of a youth-
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Cosmic dust casts doubt on gravitational wave discovery: on.natgeo.com/1yp6bRS
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More diversity among bird-watchers is in everyone's best interest: on.natgeo.com/1yoWAdN
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@paulnicklen on assignment for @natgeo and @sea_legacy with @oren.lawson and @cristinamittermeier. A lone wolf rests in the intertidal zone along the British Columbia coast, where it patiently waits for low tide in order to feed on the bounty of this productive emerald sea. Unlike timber wolves, m
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Photo @coryrichards Where do you go when you dream? Ama Dablam rises from a storm in the Khumbu Valley, #Everest region, Nepal. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative @thenorthface #neverstopexploring @3stringsproductions
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Photo taken by @stevemccurryofficial // A view of Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. On the edge of the Thar Desert, Jodhpur's blue buildings contrast sharply with the desert landscape. The Mehrangarh Fort, built in the 15th century, dominates the city and its surroundings. @thephotosociety @magnumphotos
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The world's best travel books: on.natgeo.com/XUcWKC
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After a 422-million-mile journey, NASA spacecraft arrives in Martian orbit: on.natgeo.com/XTJtAp
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Photo by @haarbergphoto (Erlend Haarberg) Northern Light has always fascinated us humans and the phenomenon used to be surrounded by mystery and superstition. In the past, many thought it was a sign of a threatening plague and a bad year. Children were chased into shelter as people were afraid of th
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Aerial panoramic images of the effects of drought: on.natgeo.com/XTlpgS
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Nepal's tigers survive civil turmoil: on.natgeo.com/1yogRQP
Global greenhouse gas emissions rose by 2.3 percent in 2013 over 2012: on.natgeo.com/XRWvyg
Watch: Are mites having sex on your face? on.natgeo.com/XRpXo0
How do you protect oceans, owned by "everyone and no one"? on.natgeo.com/1ynxhsH
What to watch for at this week's UN Climate Summit: on.natgeo.com/XQMTnp
From referendum to reconciliation, can Scotland heal its wounds? on.natgeo.com/XQrFGm
Video @ladzinski / A time lapse of storm clouds rapidly building up over the Russian research facility #Novolazarevskaya in Antarctica. Life at the bottom of the planet isn't easy, even in the summer time, but the wind and sub temps have sculpted the landscape into a surreal an unique environment. S
Photo by @pedromcbride / The dappled #colors of fall have started to explode across hillsides in the Rocky Mountains of #Colorado. #aspentrees #foliage #wilderness @thephotosociety #gunnisoncounty #nofilter @natgeocreative
Photo @coryrichards Olivia Hsu @olicow on the trail to #everest Basecamp during an assignment for @natgeo in 2012. Because of the traffic that Everest receives, the #Khumbu valley is one of the most affluent regions in Nepal. That said, a western Everest guide is paid 10-20 times as much as a Sherpa
This week: Spot a celestial pair, the moon near Saturn, and more on.natgeo.com/1ymV4Jf
@stevewinterphoto on #assignment for @natgeo in the Sabi Sands. This image forms part of my worldwide #leopard story, showcasing the world’s most adaptable, but persecuted, big cat. From the wilds of #SouthAfrica to the heart of #Mumbai! Here, a four-month-old cub stares at a freshly killed duiker.
More than 100,000 refugees have crossed into Turkey in the past 72 hours: on.natgeo.com/XP2dkv
Facts about the first day of fall: on.natgeo.com/1ymNnCL
Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley). A Kyrgyz woman strains milk with her hand, removing yak hair and other debris. Could eating like our ancestors make us healthier? Check out the "Evolution of Diet" story this month in National Geographic! Great text by Ann Gibbons. For the FULL IMAGE SERIES, go
Plan to protect 770,000 miles of ocean: on.natgeo.com/1ymxITU
photo by: @drewtrush The Elk rut is on and in full swing in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. This bull was so worked up chasing his harem of cows that the steam was just rolling off his body. If I have a favorite time of year and favorite thing to photograph, this is it. #elk #greateryellowstone
Botanic gardens: Agents of change? on.natgeo.com/1ymoVl7
#WorldRhinoDay In honor of the beautiful, wonderful, amazing, & endangered five remaining Species of Rhino's on the Earth. This is Emy, a Sumatran Rhino. I photographed her a few years before her death #CincinnatiZoo. Emy was the first #SumatranRhino to give birth in captivity in 112 years. The R
Photo by @haarbergphoto (Erlend Haarberg) Lush mountain pastures, good genes and low hunting pressure help #moose (Alces alces) growing - on a Scandinavian scale - large antlers in the #Sarek National Park in #Sweden. Last week I met this male that was feeding peacefully in the willow bushes. All th
In case you missed it: Photographer captures Syria's refugee flood on.natgeo.com/1ymfL87
@paulnicklen on assignment for @natgeo and @sea_legacy with @cristinamittermeier. @aprilbencze locks into a blue water ballet of movement, light and color with a huge Mola mola sunfish, 80 miles off the West coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Here, warm water currents allow a plethora of
Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey) from a story about #Svaneti (Georgian Republic) in this month's issue of the magazine. In this image: A teacher walks home from her school in the village of #Ushguli. In front of her you can see just a few of the village's many defensive towers that were built
Climate marches circle the globe: on.natgeo.com/XN5Uav
Four of nine vertical photos used to create an aerial panoramic image of Shasta Dam for the Oct. NG Magazine story "When The Snows Fail." In today's NG PROOF there is a blog explaining how the aerial panoramic images were made. Photos by @peteressick.
"Most of the wonders we identify with contemporary life came about in the past 200 years." on.natgeo.com/XMHb62
Photo by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto. Mountain ash trees erupt in autumn crimson amid thickets of creeping pine at the foot of Asahi Dake volcano in Daisetsuzan National Park, Hokkaido, Japan. #Daisetsuzan #Hokkaido #Japan #asahidake #volcano #landscape #fall #autumn @thephotosociety
Photo // @jimmy_chin Sometimes you lose the trail. Sometimes the trail loses you. Sometimes it doesn't matter. @dirkcollins off the beaten path. #idahotowyoming #thehardway #tetons @jacksonhole @thephotosociety
Photograph by @JohnStanmeyer on assignment for @NatGeo First wave of Syrian Kurds crossing into Turkey Friday night in Dikmetas when an opening was cut into a wire fence by the military along the Turkish/Syrian border, the first influx of over tens of thousand who entered into Turkey fleeing ISIS t
Photograph by @JohnStanmeyer on assignment for @NatGeo Ahmed, age 5, (right) cries out of fear after crossing into Turkey from Syria with his family Saturday night into the small village of Dikmetas. Ahmed, along with tens of thousands of other Syrian Kurds, fled their homes in the countryside of K
How will Indonesia create an effective manta ray sanctuary? on.natgeo.com/1tShU7x
Artificial sweeteners might unexpectedly increase blood sugar levels in some people: on.natgeo.com/XKklMq #FutureofFood
Humans' stunning diversity of facial features evolved to make recognition easier: on.natgeo.com/XK2PYH
Victoria Falls in yesterday's morning light. Photo by @salvarezphoto This morning we try to work our way up river to the base of the falls. Even with September's low water heading upstream will be a challenge. #windowsphone #africa